Monza is a municipality of 122.099 inhabitants located in the Monza e Brianza province in the Italian region of Lombardy in Northern Italy.
It has a population density of 3.690 people per km² and an altitude of 162 metres above the sea level.
Monza accounts for about 13.97% of the total population in the province of Monza e Brianza and about 0.20262% of the overall population of Italy as of 2022.
Monza is a city in the province of Monza and Brianza, in the Lombardy region. It is located on the river Lambro, near Milan.
Monza is famous for its royal palace, its cathedral, its park, and its racetrack.
It is also a center of culture, commerce, and sports.
Monza was founded by the Celts in the 3rd century BC.
It was called Modicia and was part of the Insubrian League.
It was conquered by the Romans, the Lombards, the Franks, and the Visconti.
Monza was the capital of the Kingdom of Italy under the Lombards and the coronation place of the kings of Italy.
Monza was part of the Duchy of Milan, the Spanish Empire, the Austrian Empire, the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia, the Kingdom of Italy, and the Italian Republic.
Monza is classified as a Climate Zone undefined, which means it is .
The local climate is characterized by winters which are long and cold and summers which are dry and very hot. There are frequent precipitations in autumn and spring, and fog is not uncommon.
The province of Monza e Brianza experiences on average 65.79 days of hot temperatures (over 30°C) and 12.69 cold temperature days (<5°C) per year.
Precipitation in the form of rain or snow occurs around 97.08 days per year. There are 25.71 foggy days throughout the year.
The municipality of Monza enjoys approximately 7.5 hours of sunshine per day. This means that the town experiences an average of 304.17 sunny days in a year.
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